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Amy M Palubinsky

Amy Palubinsky is a Neuroscience PhD candidate at Vanderbilt University and mom to two human children and one fur-kid. She hates mornings and therefore loves coffee.

Hibernation media and genotyping via PCR to ease neuronal cell culturing

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Western blot protocol: Simplified steps to a deceptively detailed technique

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'One year of Quartzy use and still in love'

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Primary neuronal cell culture: Key ingredients to tricky techniques

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Brain on a chip: Innovation and potential in neurodegenerative therapeutics

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Size vs. style: What to consider when choosing a lab

One of the first things people tell you to figure out when choosing a lab to complete your thesis work is what size lab will best fit you. This is generally good advice, but it’s trumped in importance by finding a mentor and lab that fit your style,

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Neural pathway: A scientist's winding road to and through graduate school

As a biochemistry (heavy chem) major and student-athlete at a small liberal arts school, my senior year brought about some serious fatigue that led me to decide I wasn’t ready to be a student again—not just yet, anyway. I wanted to be “free,” make

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Beyond the bench: The critical value of clinical experience

If you’re a graduate student in the biomedical sciences, you’ve likely heard the importance of having a 3-minute “elevator speech” describing the importance of your work. But have you been encouraged to seek some clinically relevant experience

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Labor of love: The reality of science research compensation

As a college senior, my peers and I comprised three main groups when it came to post-graduation financial plans.

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